# INFRARED SPECTRUM OF BERYLLIUM CHLORIDE VAPOR

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 Title: INFRARED SPECTRUM OF BERYLLIUM CHLORIDE VAPOR Creators: Buchler, Alfred; Klemperer, William Issue Date: 1957 Publisher: Ohio State University Abstract: The infrared spectrum of beryllium chloride vapor has been measured from 2000 to $200 cm^{-1}$. The vibrations of the linear triatomic molecule $BeCl_{2}$ are assigned as $v_{3} = 1113$ $cm^{-1}$ and $v_{2} = 484$ $cm^{-1}$. Several vibrations of the polymeric species present in the vapor in equilibrium with the liquid have been measured. Description: $^{*}$On leave from Arthur D. Little, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts. Author Institution: Department of Chemistry, Harvard University URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/7618 Other Identifiers: 1957-E-3